Director of Development
Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research
Kathryn Dimond joined Cranbrook’s Center for Collections and Research in February 2018 as the Director of Development. She comes to Cranbrook from CultureSource, the arts and culture alliance in southeast Michigan, where she served as Advocacy and Program Strategist since January 2017. Prior to CultureSource, she launched the Department of Community Relations and held the position of Vice President of Community and Government Relations at The Detroit Institute of Arts. Kathryn’s work experience at the DIA included time in both the Department of Learning and Interpretation and the Director’s Office where she led the museum’s community outreach efforts that laid the foundation for the successful millage in 2012. She is an arts volunteer, serving on the boards of the Anton Art Center and the Detroit Artists Market. Kathryn is a Michigan State Spartan, with a B.A. in Social Science and Political Science.
Header Photograph by P.D. Rearick, CAA '10
Kathryn Dimond photograph by Kevin Adkisson, Center for Collections and Research